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Editor Emeritus Tim Howley Feted by LCOC

Editor Emeritus Tim Howley Feted by LCOC

Tim Howley was the editor of Lincoln & Continental Comments since 1982, producing more than half of the Comments issues in the 64 year history of the club! He was recently named Editor Emeritus, giving him the freedom to continue contributing his talents and...

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Fun in the ‘59

Fun in the ‘59

John and Jeanne Talbourdet started their LCOC experience with a good ’66 4-door convertible, making many friends along the way, but lusted after the 1940 and 1941 Continental. After years of searching and dreaming, in 2005 they purchased Walter & Carol Webb’s 1941...

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The Tim McManus Story

The Tim McManus Story

As many LCOC members know, my first car was a ’59 Mark IV convertible.  After several requests to document the thrill of ownership  here goes.   I started looking for a ’58 or ’59 convertible in the spring of 1966, armed with only a psychotic lust for a...

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Low Mileage 1979 Continental Mark V in Missouri

Low Mileage 1979 Continental Mark V in Missouri

Tim MacManus was master of ceremonies at the LCOC National 2016 Western Meet in Westminster, Colorado and an important member of the Rocky Mountain Region Committee that organized the meet. He was born in New York City in Forest Hills, just beside Brooklyn. The family...

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Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum Update

Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum Update

Recently, I was surfing the internet looking at Lincolns. Some of the most beautiful motorcars ever produced rolled off the Lincoln assembly line, and I like to look and admire. One of the cars I stumbled across was a 1979 Mark V. The turquoise paint caught my eye, so...

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On the Lincoln Highway

On the Lincoln Highway

The Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum ended the year on a high note, the donation of two automobiles to the museum’s growing group of classic Lincolns. Of equal significance, three separate groups from the Lincoln Division of Ford Motor Company visited the museum. The...

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